When an ancient mutant with tremendous powers awakens from a deep sleep to find the humans have taken over, he vows, with his four horsemen—Magneto, Storm, Psylocke, and Angel—to reshape the world and bring everyone—humans and mutants—to their knees.
BY: JARED LARSON Deadline reports that Fox has hired writer David James Kelly to pen the next installment in the Wolverine solo film series. Kelly is also adapting Dark Horse’s MIND MGMT graphic novel and Sentinel, an original pitch that has nothing to do with X-Men’s robotic mutant hunters. He was a writer on Fox’s failed reboot of Daredevil before those rights reverted back to … Continue reading Third Wolverine Solo Film Sets Writer, Jackman Expected Back – IGN
By: Sean O’Connell Get ready for more of the back-and-forth, he-said/she-said rumors and hearsay surrounding Bryan Singer’s X-Men: Days of Future Past, which has become a steady manufacturer of half-truths, misdirections and unstable confirmations over the past few days. The latest involves actor Alan Cumming and his willingness to return to Singer’s mutant franchise as Nightcrawler, the teleporting blue demon who makes an amazing “Bampf” sound when … Continue reading Nightcrawler Actually WON’T Be Back For X-Men: Days Of Future Past
By: Kristy Puchko With a plotline poised to have the worlds of the X-Men trilogy and the ’60s-set X-Men: First Class collide, X-Men: Days of Future Past plans to incorporate cast members from both chronologies. Many have already been attached to the project, and now Alan Cumming can be added to that list! Cumming memorably played the shy teleporter Nightcrawler in X2, and according to X-Men: First Class‘s Professor X, James McAvoy, he’ll be … Continue reading Alan Cumming Back As Nightcrawler For X-Men: Days Of Future Past
By: Sean O’Connell Because Mark Millar had been hired as a creative consultant for, comic-book properties at 20th Century Fox, one would assume that the things he has said about X-Men: Days of Future Past were coming from a point of insider information, and that he and Future Past director Bryan Singer have met, discussed the franchise, and shared ideas. Not the case. Singer spoke with the Web site Bleeding Cool about … Continue reading Bryan Singer Says Mark Millar Isn’t Working On New X-Men
By: Eric Eisenberg Bryan Singer has revealed quite a lot about the upcoming X-Men: Days of Future Past through his Twitter page. As the film has moved through pre-production the director has regularly updated fans about the progress of the new superhero film, and has even used the social networking platform to make big casting announcements. It was thanks to his feed that we learned that Patrick Stewart, … Continue reading Bryan Singer Reveals Professor X’s Wheelchairs In X-Men: Days Of Future Past
By: Eric Eisenberg Late last night Game of Thrones star Peter Dinklage became the first new actor to join the X-Men franchise since pre-production began on Bryan Singer’s Days of Future Past. Unfortunately, the casting news came without one key detail: who he will be playing. This the announcement many fans have speculated about names like Puck and MODOK, but the former isn’t a mutant and the latter still belongs to … Continue reading Is Peter Dinklage Playing The Main Villain In X-Men: Days Of Future Past?
By: Eric Eisenberg Director Bryan Singer has been very vocal about the actors he will be reuniting with on the upcoming X-Men: Days of Future Past. Thanks to the film’s time travel plotline, having part of the story set in the distant future and others set in the 1970s with the First Class crew, the project has allowed Singer to bring back actors like Patrick Stewart, Ian McKellen, Hugh … Continue reading X-Men: Days Of Future Past Still Has Storm And Nightcrawler Listed As Maybes